Analyst, Malaria

Full Time


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Position Overview:

Based in Harare, this Malaria Analyst will provide cross-cutting direct technical support to the Ministry of Health and Child Care (MoHCC) in executing their Malaria burden reduction and elimination program strategies through activity planning, coordination, geospatial mapping, and analytics of surveillance data. The Analyst will support the identification of drivers of malaria transmission, build subnational data analysis capacity and support the deployment of appropriate interventions in target populations to accelerate progress toward sustainable malaria elimination. This position will coordinate the implementation of all CHAI-supported work streams in Mashonaland East and Manicaland, including tiered national support where applicable.


  • Perform quantitative and qualitative analytical tasks using epidemiological, entomological, climate, and other related datasets to identify drivers of malaria transmission and inform the subnational tailoring of interventions.
  • Build the capacity of provincial, district, and health facility staff on data analysis and use through the implementation of routine and targeted capacity-building activities on data collection, data cleaning, analysis, and use using tools such as DHIS2, QGIS, ODK, and Power BI.
  • Present findings and recommendations from the data analyses to the Ministry of Health and Childcare provincial, district, and health facility stakeholders as a basis to inform the decision-making.
  • Micro plan, coordinate execution, monitor implementation, and document progress and lessons learned on CHAI-supported activities such as DHIS2 routine reporting support, surveillance data analysis, clinical mentorship, malaria Epidemic Preparedness and Response (EPR), Indoor Residual Spraying (IRS) Campaigns.
  • Provide the overall support and coordination of CHAI’s support for entomological investigation across all the CHAI-supported provinces and document progress, key decisions, and lessons learned in line with the annual work plan.
  • Maintain key relationships with malaria stakeholders at the provincial and district levels to ensure alignment of operations and priorities while minimizing duplication of efforts.
  • Support identification of operational bottlenecks that hamper progress towards set targets and devise strategies to mitigate the identified bottlenecks.
  • Any other duties as assigned by the manager.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Geographical Information Systems, Biological sciences, Public Health, Development Studies, Economics, Finance, or a related field
  • 2 years of professional work experience in the public or private sector (candidates with public health experience preferred)
  • Proficiency in MS Office (Excel, PowerPoint, Word) and data analysis and visualization software (R, STATA, SPSS, Power BI, Google Studio)
  • Strong communication skills, including the ability to synthesize information and prepare compelling presentations and short reports
  • Ability to multi-task, think innovatively, and be effective in high-pressure situations
  • Ability to work independently on complex projects
  • Ability to travel extensively (50%) to provinces, districts, and health facilities
  • Experience working on malaria projects or any projects of similar nature using tools such as DHIS2 will be an added advantage